- The refinery has been closed down
- Ownership: Petrolplus
- Website: http://www.petroplusholdings.com
- List of Petroplus Refineries
- Location: Alsace, France, near the city of Strasbourg
- Capacity: 4.25 Million tons/annum & 85,000 bbl/day
- Nelson Complexity:
- Atmospheric distillation unit
- Vacuum distillation unit
- Fluid catalytic cracking unit
- Catalytic reformer
- Product hydrotreaters
- Sulfur recovery units
- Bitumen Units
- Crude Oil:
- Refined Products:
- Crude oil deliveries to the refinery are via The South European Pipeline from Fos-sur-Mer in the South of France.
- Crude is supplied from the Mediterranean, Africa, Baltic Region, Latin America, Middle East as well as the North Sea.
- The refinery produces approximately 45% middle distillates and 20% gasoline.
- Petroplus purchased the refinery from Shell in 2007, along with Petit Couronne Refinery.
- The purchase price of both refineries was $475 million, excluding net working capital, which is expected to be approximately $400 million.
- Petroplus announced in April 2010, that it was Considering Strategic Alternatives for the refinery including the potential sale of the refinery.
- Petroplus announced in October 2010, that it was to close the refinery
- 1963 - Inauguration of the Reichstett Refinery
- 2005 - Total sold it share to Shell.
- 2007 - The refinery was purchased from Shell
- 2011 - Petroplus announces the closure of the refinery and conversion to a terminal
- Petroplus to Acquire Shell’s Petit Couronne and Reichstett Vendenheim Refineries August 2007
- Petroplus Considers Strategic Alternatives at Reichstett Refinery April 2010
- # Royal Dutch Shell signs Letter of Intent for the sale of two French refineries
- Petroplus To Commence Conversıon Of The Reıchstett Refınery To A Terminal
- Petroplus Provides Update On Strategic Review Of The Reichstett Refinery
- Refinery Flow Diagram
- Shell announces European refinery share swap with Total July 2005